Prague generously took me back in time as structures dating over ten centuries back still stood erect and majestic. Exploring the city by foot was preferable, as every corner was adorned with intricate ornamentation, telling unfamiliar stories about kings, queens, artists, gypsies, all distant characters I’ve only come to know in books and movies.
A couple of main points of interest:
- Old Town Square. Crowded with a sea of tourists from almost every nationality, it amazed and exhausted me.
- Kampa Island. Where the famous Lennon Wall stands colorful and full of avid Instagrammers, like me.
- Prague Castle
- Charles River Bridge
- Wencesla Square & National Museum, New Town
- The National Theatre. We watched The Wayward Daughter that evening.